Monday, 29 April 2013

Win a set of Gumigem Covert Dog Tags



The lovely people at Gumigem have given me a set of their Covert Dog Tags to giveaway to one lucky person.  This great dog tags enable dad's to help their teething tots while having some fun too. 

Retailing at £12.50 they come on a long cotton cord with a breakaway clasp.  The long cord also gives you the option of cutting to a length that suits you and re adding the clasps.  The matt effect dog tags are available in 5 colours: Dog tag Trooper, Dog Tag Marine, Dog Tag Commander, Dog Tag G I Jane and Dog Tag Covert.  For more information please visit Gumigem

To be in with a chance of winning a Dog Tag Covert Set all you have to do is complete the rafflecopter form below.

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47 comments:

  1. The teething powder you can buy worked wonders for my son

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  2. bonjela and bicci pegs are a favourite x

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  3. I used to give my eldest cucumber from out the fridge it helped quite a bit as it kept her busy x

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  4. nelson teething powders and also cool melon and fruit help and also anbesol are a live saver and putting teether toys in fridge as well

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  5. Gumigems rock! I've got two necklaces and three bangles.... they look great and my kids love chewing on them!

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  6. on baby 4 i have to say i still swear by ashtons and parsons. and lots of cuddles.

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  7. ashton and parsons great stuff

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  8. My top tip is to make teething biscuits, my 9 month old loves them. Mix 1 cup of plain flour and 1 cup of baby rice or baby porridge then add a mashed banana (apple or pear puree works well too), 2 tbsp's of vegetable oil and 3 tbsp's of water then roll out (when the doughs not sticky anymore) and cut into any shapes you like and pop in a preheated oven (220c) for about 10 mins.

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  9. Dentinox or anbesol... My wee man is only 18 weeks so no teething Biccies etc yet! Apparently I loved bicci pegs though!

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  10. Ii give my little boy flannels from the freezer! He loves chewing on them

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  11. I follow via Networked Blogs as Rebecca Phillips

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  12. Sarah Queenan29 April 2013 16:07

    Dentinox on a teething dummy, if I try to apply it directly to his gums he justs tries to lick it off my finger!

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  13. teething crystals, but mine used to chew on pork chop rind too

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  14. Frozen soft fruits, and cold carrot sticks x

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  15. Bongela & chilled cucumber sticks worked wonders for my two.

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  16. Ruth Lurring10 May 2013 03:20

    All my teethers were kept in the fridge which really helped my little boy. ruth@rushhourtechnology.co.uk

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  17. I gave my daughter a toothbrush to chew on seem to work

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  18. bonjela and liquid filled teethers @chanson2010

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  19. andrea lloyd10 May 2013 10:18

    bonjela is very important to my family

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  20. Bonjela and teething rings stored in the fridge

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  21. I pop a little bonjella on a toothbrush and rub it on (I cannot stand fingers being put into babies mouths.) my little ones loved chewing on the bristles too

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  22. give them something cold to chew on to soothe the gums like frozen bananas or cold yougurts

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  23. Teething granules or bonjela at the moment seem to do the trick.

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  24. anbesol. sooooo much better than bonjela and anything else ive tried. is an anasthetic and completely numbs the gums. works on adults too :-) was a godsend when my little ones were teething, and also when i had a tooth out

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  25. lots of bonjela, cold teethers and clean knuckles : )

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  26. claire thomson little11 May 2013 16:27

    having plenty of patience and trying everything on the market till you find one that works every babys different

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  27. Bonjela and a wet cloth

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  28. Teething powders and lots of snuggles

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  29. teething rings that you can put into the freezer. and bonjela :)

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  30. The gel teethers stay cold much longer than the water filled ones.

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  31. I have a few of the gumigem necklaces, my daughter loves them when teething.
    When she was first teething I bought some baby cloths from £1 shop, slightly wet them, bagged them in food bags, and froze them.

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